August: Weekdays 9am to 5pm
Please note: We will not be staffed Sunday evening, 9/4/16
One key to writing is having something worthwhile to say. If you believe your ideas are important, you’ll be more motivated to share them. And in sharing them, you’ll be more willing to work to say them in the best way possible. Granted, sometimes we are asked to write about topics that don’t capture or thrill us. Simply pretend you are interested in the topic, and you’ll do fine!
“I was the only one that was allowed to write on my paper. This was actually pretty cool … I thought this was going to be a place where they just give you all the answers.”
– Hillary Piper
“In coversation you can use timing, a look, an inflection. But on the page all you have is commas, dashes, the amount of syllables in a word. When I write, I read everything out loud to get the right rhythm.”
– Fran Lebowitz